Go to this website, scroll to almost the end, watch the video In Search – Ghosts in Photography
and just below that is:
‘’There exists a curious image of the historical Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama. It was reputedly taken or at least discovered in Bodhgaya, India, in 1980. A devotee, it is said, was photographing the site of Shakyamuni's ("Sage of the Shakyas") great enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. The image, not seen at the time of photographing, subsequently appeared on the film.
It is an image of a very comely young meditator with a top knot, robe, and almost cosmetic details. The photograph has not been widely circulated. It may inspire the faithful or arouse doubt. One copy hangs at the Bhavana Society, a Theravadan monastery/nunnery in West Virginia, for all to see.’’
Then watch the next two parts of the video:How would a recent "photograph" of an ancient figure be possible?
Leonard Nimoy offers a fascinating explanation of the phenomenon.http://wisdomquarterly.blogspot.com/200 ... chive.html